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Sania-Hingis pair reaches quarters at Wimbledon

Sania-Hingis pair reaches quarters at Wimbledon

06 Jul 2015

London: Continuing their dominating run, Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis stormed into the women's doubles quarterfinals at Wimbledon Championships, here today.

Sania Mirza,   Martina Hingis,   women doubles quarterfinals,   Wimbledon Championships,   Latest News,  
Indian hockey eves arrive to grand welcome

Indian hockey eves arrive to grand welcome

06 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Having all but booked a berth in next year's Rio Olympics, Indian women's hockey team today arrived here early morning to a grand welcome amidst beating of drums and loud cheers.

Rio Olympics,   Indian women hockey team,   Hockey World League Semifinals,   Latest News ,  
Carli Lloyd hat-trick inspires U.S. World Cup victory against Japan

Carli Lloyd hat-trick inspires U.S. World Cup victory against Japan

06 Jul 2015

Vancover: The United States won the Women's World Cup for the third time, crushing Japan 5-2 on Sunday with striker Carli Lloyd scoring the tournament's fastest ever hat-trick, including a spectacular goal from the half-way line.

United States women football team,   Women FIFA World Cup,   United States beat Japan,   Carli Lloyd,   Latest News,  
World reacts to US win over Japan in World Cup final

World reacts to US win over Japan in World Cup final

06 Jul 2015

Political and sporting leaders took to social media to express their thoughts on Sunday's women's World Cup final between the the United States and Japan in Vancouver.

Political leaders,   Sporting leaders,   Social media,   Women World Cup final,   United States beat Japan,   Latest News,  
FIFA officials booed before World Cup trophy ceremony

FIFA officials booed before World Cup trophy ceremony

06 Jul 2015

Vancover: FIFA officials were booed by the crowd before the trophy presentation at the Women's World Cup final which was won 5-2 by the United States against Japan.

FIFA officials,   Women World Cup final,   United States beat Japan,   Latest News,  
'Internet cycle carts' to bring rural <strong>women</strong> online

'Internet cycle carts' to bring rural women online

04 Jul 2015

Mumbai: In an innovative move to educate rural women about the internet, Tata Trusts and Google India on Friday announced a special programme to send 1,000 specially designed 'Internet Cycle Carts' to remote villages.

Internet cycle carts,   Internet for rural women,   Online schemes,   Tata Trusts,   Google India,   Internet Cycle Carts,   Internet in villages,   Business News,  
UPSC results declared; Delhi <strong>women</strong> among top three

UPSC results declared; Delhi women among top three

04 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Women candidates have bagged all the three top slots in the prestigious civil services examinations to select IAS and IPS officers among others. Ira Singhal has topped the examinations followed by Renu Raj and Nidhi Gupta, who have secured second and third position respectively, according to the results announced by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) today.

UPSC 2014 results,   UPSC results declared,   Delhi woman among top three,   girl candidates of UPSC,   Civil services examination,   IAS,   IPS,   Renu Raj,   Nidhi Gupta,   Latest Nation News,  
Digital India to bridge digital gap: India to UN

Digital India to bridge digital gap: India to UN

02 Jul 2015

United Nations: As the UN prepares for a global cyber policy by the end of the year, Indian government has said that the ambitious 'Digital India' programme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks to address the digital divide and focus on affordability for inclusive development.

PM Modi,   Digital India programe,   Digital empowerment,   United Nation,   Global cyber policy,   Indian government,   Narendra Modi,   Latest World News,  
Hockey: Indian <strong>women</strong> one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

Hockey: Indian women one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

03 Jul 2015

Antwerp (Belgium): Indian women go into tomorrow's hockey encounter with Japan in the World League Semifinals with the focus on enhancing their claim for Olympic qualification after a gap of 36 years.

Indian women hockey,   Hockey India,   World League Semifinals,   Hockey Olympic,  
Meet different types of <strong>women</strong> commuters in Delhi Metro

Meet different types of women commuters in Delhi Metro

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: No one can understand women, not even God and that too when you come across hundreds of female passengers  while commuting in the Delhi Metro. You find several types of women who make you wonder about mysteries behind them.

Delhi Metro,   girls in Delhi metro,   women in Delhi metro,   Women coach in Delhi metro,   ,  

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